During an appearance on the far-left CBS Sunday Morning, Bruce Springsteen smeared his own fans as N-word hurling racists. | Entertainment During an appearance on the far-left CBS Sunday Morning, Bruce Springsteen smeared his own fans as N-word hurling racists.
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Fuck Springsteen, I cannot stand his music anyway - he is a TDS Piece of shit.

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This bozo is a dickbeater and nothing more.

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...cause nothing sells songs/albums and fills seats like attacking the fans... 🙄

Does "The Boss" not know about Marvel comics sales problems in part caused by their people attacking the fans?

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'Member the golden age of the 70's through 90's where hardly anyone cared about race and people were just people? You know before the woke left came along with their CRT and race hustling and decided wypipo were the devil? Can we just go back to that?

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ONLY a nggr would feel this way about his own fans!!!

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Without watching the video I can tell you his biggest fan that I know is a grade a asshole. When his songs come on the radio, I see how fast I can change the station.

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He is an idiot, but those that attend his wailing and gnashing of teeth are bigger idiots.


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2021-11-Th 07:11:18 am

He is an idiot, but attend his wailing and gnashing of teeth are bigger idiots.

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Never ever was a Fan' very condescending Prick , but than again a lot celes. turn assholes when wealth comes into play. and pow they think they are A DemiGods . Laughing :)

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🤮 Had no idea Springsteen was a flamin' homosexual. Thanks for the heads up. So it appears he's dumped Clemons for Obama.

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In 2008 I was fresh out of college, in a renewed relationship with my highschool sweetheart, and at my first real career-type job.
They had a Dale Carnegie program and they incentivized folks to take the training. I was a different person then then I am now. I was not yet red pilled. Looking back one of the things that stands out to me was the session that happened after the 2008 election. I thought nothing of it at the time. While I had voted for McCain it wasn't out of any principle really but rather tradition. I was raised in a Republican household I voted Republican. Now my political journey would take me from Republican to Neoliberal to Socialist and then finally to where I am now in a sort of populist/libertarian/favoring limited government space. It's been a hell of a ride; let me tell you. Anyway it was sometime in the days after Obama had been elected and the instructor either Opened or Closed the session with a newspaper whose cover was celebrating Obama's victory. He too celebrated the victory and looked at it as an accomplishment as a country. In retrospect it was probably the catalyst that helped kick off wokeness considering anytime the media latched onto a story where a black criminal got shot by white cops Obama could use the bully pulpit to racebait. I do wonder though that if McCain had somehow won if Obama wouldn't have gone away but instead stuck around race baiting that he lost because he was black. In retrospect if anything race relations have been set back massively since we've had a "first black president" in part because of the words and deeds of said president. Granted he did so much more that were net negatives to the country besides racially grift but the racial grifting didn't help us any. Looking back at presidential elections 2000 to 2020 I'd say it didn't really matter who was elected until 2016 and 2020. 2000 Bush v Gore (neocon vs neolib); 2004 Bush v Kerry (neocon bonesman vs neolib bonesman); 2008 Obama v McCain (neolib vs neocon); 2012 Obama v Romney (neocon vs neolib). Sure if Romney or McCain had won we would have had less race baiting from the oval office but considering both of their actions in the age of Trump the broad policy strokes would have probably been largely the same. We didn't really have a presidential election where the outcome mattered until 2016 when the choice was between the establishment's coronated queen and the outsider Donald Trump. I was a Bernie Bro at the time who voted third party but I came around and became a Trump supporter after the mostly good things I saw during his tenure in office. Granted I didn't agree with everything he did but on the whole his policies actually helped things. In 2020 again we had the choice between populism and the establishment but sadly we were naive to the lengths the establishment would go to prevent another 2016 style surprise and sadly due to massive cheating Biden was rigged into office. It's been less than a year and I've never seen an executive branch wreck the country so quickly as we are now. I wonder if in 2020 if that Dale Carnegie instructor had a session where he celebrated getting Trump out of office. In retrospect I see the Dale Carnegie force as something that favors neoliberalism and globalism. Maybe that was just a reflection of the instructors I worked with but who can really say as I hadn't met that many other instructors.

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